Apartment Living in Leicester
27th March 2019
27th March 2019
A collection of five stunning apartments and penthouses, perfectly located in Leicester’s city centre, a stonesthrow away from the historic and leafy New Walk. Four West Walk is a beautiful Victorian property which has been thoroughly renovated and restored to create these five high specification one and two bedroom apartments.
A superb duplex penthouse apartment, located in this highly regarded building, having been renovated by the current owners to a spectacular standard. The location of the apartment gives excellent access to the city centre, professional quarters and mainline railway station along with the City's Cultural Quarter which includes Curve Theatre and Phoenix Square Cinema, along with restaurants and shopping.
A stunning collection of fourteen apartments and penthouses located within the unique and historic Queens Building in the heart of Leicester's vibrant cultural quarter. The apartments are finished to a very high specification whilst retaining the original grandeur and facade of the beautiful building. The property is positioned in between the glorious churchyard of the Church of St. George and Orton Square. As a point of interest, the churchyard will be refurbished in its own right creating a green extension to the plaza with space to socialise and relax throughout the Summer months.
The Foister Building has been a landmark of Leicester for most of the last century. Previously a hosiery factory, the building of Arthur Foister & Sons in the 1930's, it was converted in 2001 into stylish apartments. This is a stunning, south west facing apartment located on the fourth floor of this iconic building, enjoying spectacular rooftop views across the city.
The apartment is situated in a very central location, enjoying panoramic views across the city and great for The Highcross Shopping Centre with its abundance of restaurants and stores, the Showcase Cinema Deluxe, city centre, professional quarters and mainline railway station with links to London St Pancras in just over one hour, along with the Cultural Quarter including Curve Theatre and the Phoenix Square Cinema.